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In organizational settings

Self-Assessment in an organisational setting, according to the EFQM definition, refers to a comprehensive, systematic and regular review of an organisation's activities and results referenced against the EFQM Excellence Model. The Self-Assessment process allows the organisation to discern clearly its strengths and areas in which improvements can be made and culminates in planned improvement actions which are then monitored for progress.

In educational settings

Self-Assessment in an educational setting involves students making judgements about their own work. Assessment decisions can be made by students on their own essays, reports, projects, presentations, performances, dissertations, and even exam scripts. Self-assessment can be extremely valuable in helping students to critique their own work, and form judgements about its strengths and weaknesses. For obvious reasons, self-Assessment is more usually used as part of a formative assessment process, rather than a summative one, where it requires certification by others.

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